The shallow waters of Hamlin Lake are dotted with tree stumps. Many of the stumps are completely underwater and make a great hideout for different fish species. A few of the larger stumps stick out of the water and provide homes for live vegetation. Locals are fond of naming their favorite stumps. The stump in the left of this photograph is named "Cook's Island" by a few local Hamlin Lake dwellers.

Cook's Island

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